Research identifies dairy as a problem for those with gluten sensitivity
Many people embarking on a gluten free diet continue to consume milk, butter, cheese, and other dairy products without giving thought to the potential for having an inflammatory reaction. However; researchers have identified that dairy proteins can affect as much as 50% of those with gluten problems. This is one of the reasons I recommend both a gluten and dairy free diet for those diagnosed with gluten sensitivity.

00:00 – Dairy Shield
02:30 – Intro and overview
04:00 – Dairy dangers for the gluten sensitive
07:26 – Gluten in the diet of the cow
10:38 – supporting research
12:00 – lactose intolerance vs. milk protein allergy
16:30 – what is lactose intolerance?
23:30 – contributors to lactose intolerance
29:04 – symptoms of lactose intolerance
31:00 – what do you do if you are lactose intolerant?
41:00 – Q&A

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